WORLD OF LINGUISTICS AND COMMUNICATION, 2023 2

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To the 70th Anniversary of professor V.I. Karasik


In the current issue the editorial board joins the congratulations of colleagues of the outstanding Russian scientist, DSc in Philology, professor, founder of the scientific school of anthropological, communicative and axiological linguistics, professor of Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, professor of Moscow State Linguistic University, Honorary worker of higher vocational education of the Russian Federation, Honorary Professor of Tianjin Foreign Languages University (China) Vladimir Ilyich Karasik
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 I. PUBLICATIONS

1.  V.Z. Demyankov
Institute of Linguistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

 

MANEUVERING IN EVERYDAY COMMUNICATION AND IN POETRY
ID: 0421200038\0135

Key words: manipulation, maneuvering, mass-media, poetry, poetic language

 Communicative and cognitive maneuvering results in coexistence of narrative and discursive perspectives in texts of mass-media and in poetic texts. Reconstructing these perspectives may be used for modeling their communicative effects. Personal, impersonal, and transpersonal ways of transferring information have different impact on audience. ‘Poetic language’ in modern linguistics denotes, in Saussurean terms, not only a ‘langue’ used by poets but also a poetic ‘langage’ (poetage for short). The latter means symbolically relevant activities of poets in writing and presenting their poetic works and themselves to the audience. Texts interpreted as poems are presupposed to have a special status. Thus, they are allowed to deviate from certain standards of symbolism and from reality assigned. Typical expectations generated by such texts include: (a) a special, ‘artistic’ manner in which authors ‘present themselves’ to their readers, (b) specific content held to deserve this poetic status in the particular socio-cultural contexts, and (c) formal characteristics of the poetic texts consisting not only of the units of a given language (‘langue’) proper but also of units invented or borrowed ad hoc.

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Citation: Demyankov V.Z. Maneuvering in everyday communication and in poetry [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 6–18. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


2. V.V. Dementyev
Saratov National Research State University named after N.G. Chernyshevsky, Saratov


“HE / SHE SIMPLY SAID”: SIMPLICITY AS A CHARACTERISTIC OF SPEECH INTENTIONS
ID: 0421200038\0136

 

Key words: simplicity, mirror concept, meaning of concession, semantics, pragmatics, speech intentions

One of the allocated by V.I. Karasik meanings of “simplicity” – concessive (“unsimplicity in simplicity”) is considered. Contexts are analyzed that represent the semantic and pragmatic relativity of simplicity: situations that are comprehended as such in artistic dialogues (author's speech) (“he / she simply said”), the main speech intentions of the speakers in these situations are revealed – a message about the important, a request, consent and refusal, solution to a difficult task, a declaration of love. The linguocultural aspect of “unsimplicity in simplicity” is considered on the example of complex and supercomplex phenomena (istina ‘»truth’, dusha ‘»soul’, human relations) and situations of interaction, in these speech situations (razgovor po dusham ‘»heart-to-heart talk’).

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  Citation: Dementyev V.V. “He / she simply said”: simplicity as a characteristic of speech intentions [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 19–36. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


3. E.N. Galichkina
Astrakhan State University named after V.N. Tatishev, Astrakhan

INTERNET DISCOURSE FORMATS
ID: 0421200038\0137

Key words: internet discourse genres, blog, demonstrative, formats of internet discourse, internet communication

The article highlights the types of Internet discourse formats: communicative-informational and purely informational. They demonstrate a certain set of content, technical, semiotic, genre-stylistic and personal characteristics. The following formats of Internet discourse are distinguished dwelling on these characteristics: informational and phatic, synchronous and asynchronous, verbal, visual, polymodal formats and others.


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  Citation: Galichkina E.N. Internet discourse formats [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 37–52. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


4. A.A. Romanov, L.A. Romanova
Tver State University, Tver

FUNCTIONAL DRIFT OF INFORMATION NETWORK ART BATTLE: FROM POP CULTURE STYLE INDEXING TO INDEXING A POP CULTURE LIFESTYLE
ID: 0421200038\0138

Key words: agonal discourse, art-discourse, battle simulacrum, battle show, battle-construct, verbal confrontation, discursive practice, illocutive potential, rap battle

The main focus of the proposed research is a new discursive kind of battle communication, conventionally called as an agonal art battle or information-network "art-shooting" (from Lat. "ars, artis" - art, craft) whose members advocate the value components of their reputational capital in society by verbal means. The proposed study is aimed at identifying the functional and semantic properties of the new discursive version of battle communication, in which - like the information network "art-sharing" of discursive practices - verbal-demonstrative "Challenge» of the initiator can be answered by any interested participant. network space. The article reveals structurally - organizational peculiarities that separate this variety from the varieties of political and corporate - simulacrum combat discourse. The mechanism of vector transposition and cultural potential of combat art-discourse is presented.


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  Citation: Romanov A.A., Romanovą L.A. Functional drift of information network art battle: from pop culture style indexing to indexing a pop culture lifestyle [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 53–83. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

 

  II.  MATERIALS AND REPORTS

5. I.V. Palashevskaya, S.S. Kondrashova

Volgograd State University,Volgograd
“Lyceum ¹1”, Volzhsky



ENGLISH RIDDLES: AGON, MIMICRY AND FASCINATION IN THE SOCIAL GAME
ID: 0421200038\0139

Key words: English riddles, metaphor, fascinating text, agon, social games, mimicry, imaginary reality

The article is devoted to the phenomenon of the English riddle, a playful type of textual constructions, engaging elements of mimicry, fascination (or even vertigo) and competition, as modes of play built in different social games (according to R. Caillois). Enigmatic images are considered as poetic forms of instincts and serve to restrain them by supporting their integration into the institutional structures of social existence. Attention is paid to provocative riddles (the double entendre genre) as instances of euphemistic dialogue on taboo themes.


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  Citation: Palashevskaya I.V., Kondrashova S.S. English riddles: agon, mimicry and fascination in the social games [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 84–98. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


6. V.N. Karpukhina

Altai State University, Barnaul


MULTILINGUAL NARRATIVES OF RUDYARD KIPLING:AXIOLOGICAL LINGUISTIC ASPECT
ID: 0421200038\0140

Key words: narrative, national identity, axiological priorities, values, R. Kipling

The paper considers Rudyard Kipling’s multilingual narratives connected to the multicultural national identity of their narrators / storytellers. Basic, utilitarian, moral, and terminal values and norms in Kipling’s narratives work as the key points of the axiological scale for the narrator and literary characters.


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  Citation: Karpukhina V.N. Multilingual narratives of Rudyard Kipling: axiological linguistic aspect [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 99–111. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

 III. RESEARCH

7. N.G. Bragina, I.A. Sharonov
Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, Moscow
Russian State University for Humanities, Moscow

PLEONASM AND TAUTOLOGY AS DIFFERENT EXCESS FORMS IN TEXT
ID: 0421200038\0141

Key words: ltext conciseness criterion, pleonasm, tautology, degrees of comparison of adjectives

The article deals with the concepts of pleonasm and tautology. We try to clarify the borderline between the concepts, to reveal the intermediate zone of pleonastic tautology and indicate the way to edit these two types of redundancy in a sentence. The special issue concerns grammatical pleonasm, associated with acceptability of the word-combinations bolee luchshiy, bolee hudshiy, samy luchiy, samy hudshiy, used in discourse. It is thought, that the words luchshiy and hudshiy express superlative degree of adjectives. But in fact, the words may express both superlative and comparative in the special constructions. We offer an interpretation of bolee luchshiy, bolee udshiy, samy luchiy, samy hudshiy usages in discourse as the way to disambiguate the meaning of the sentences these word-combinations are used in.


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  Citation: Bragina N.G., Sharonov I.A. Pleonasm and tautology as different excess forms in text [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 112–125. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


8. T.N. Fedulenkova, E.N. Okromchedlishvili
Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs, Vladimir

VARIANTS IN BUSINESS TERMINOLOGY
ID: 0421200038\0142

Key words: Business English, terminology, structure, model, component, variability, variants

The article discusses the terms of the modern English business language, which are two-word combinations, from the standpoint of their ability to vary the component composition. The study identifies the three most common structural models of two-component terms that can have functioning variants in the sphere of business.


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  Citation: Fedulenkova T.N., Okromchedlishvili E.N. Variants in business terminology [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 126–142. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


9. Ch.Dou, A.E. Levitsky
Peking University (the People`s Republic of China)
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow
Moscow State Linguistic University, Moscow

A YOUNG PERSON MIRROWED IN PHRASEOSEMANTIC FIELD IN RUSSIAN AND CHINESE
ID: 0421200038\0143

Key words: phraseosemantic field, designation, youth, Russian and Chinese languages, comparative approach

The article analyses Russian and Chinese phraseosematic fields, which identify a human’s young age. The investigation applies comparative and linguocultural approaches. These approaches make it possible, on the one hand, to treat cultural background of a young age designation by means of phraseological units. On the other hand, we single out similarities and divergences of their semantics in Russian and Chinese. The Russian and Chinese phraseological units, which characterize persons of a young age, comprise the object of this investigation. The article aims at singling out specifics and systematizing similarities and
divergences of the above phraseological units in Russian and Chinese. The phraseographic dictionaries lead to shape the corpus of phraseological units under study. Moreover, the results of the present investigation make it possible to analyse the way of thinking; national and cultural conscience of Russian and Chinese nations as well as their ethnic mentality.


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  Citation: Dou Ch., Levitsky A.E. A young person mirrowed in phraseosemantic field in Russian and Chinese [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 143–154. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  IV. CHRONICLES

International scientific and practical conference “Manipulation and society: language, consciousness, culture” (May 15-17, 2023).


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  Citation: Malysheva E.V. International scientific and practical conference “Manipulation and society: language, consciousness, culture” [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 155–159. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


III International interdisciplinary scientific conference «Communication codes in intercultural space as a means of forming the general humanitarian competences of the generation» (June 1-2, 2023).

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  Citation: Novoselova O.V. III International interdisciplinary scientific conference «Communication codes in intercultural space as a means of forming the general humanitarian competences of the generation» [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 2. – Š. 160–166. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru

 

  OUR AUTHORS

BRAGINA Natalja G.
DOU Chunyao
FEDULENKOVA Tatiana N.
GALICHKINA Elena N.
DEMENTYEV Vadim V.
DEMYANKOV Valery Z.
KARPUKHINA Viktoriya N.
KONDRASHOVA Svetlana S.
LEVITSKY Andrei E.
MALYSHEVA Ekaterina V.
NOVOSELOVA Olga V.
OKROMCHEDLISHVILI Elizaveta N.
PALASHEVSKAYA Irina V.
ROMANOV Aleksey A.
ROMANOVA Larisa A.
SHARONOV Igor A.

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